Silver Dollar City’s National Harvest Festival is slated for September 12 – October 31. This event will feature over 500 craftsmen and musicians, plus the signature stage show Headin’ West!
The Headin’ West
Show performs at the Silver Dollar City
Opera House and is a 45-minute live musical production that tells the timeless tale of America expansion during the 1860s. The show is free with park admission. The show does not perform the last week of October.
This year’s festival is also spotlighting America’s heritage with Salute to the American Cowgirl, scheduled for September 12-27. See thrilling horsemanship, exquisite craftsmanship and fascinating exhibits as the spotlight is focused on these true American icons, honoring the accomplishments and contributions of these remarkable trailblazing women. The All American Cowgirl Chicks, a world-famous precision horseback riding team that coordinates skillful trick riding with energetic music for exciting performances, will also be on-hand.
From September 30-October 31, Missouri’s Best, a new element to the National Harvest Festival, will feature over 100 Missouri artisans honoring the state’s long standing tradition of fine craftsmanship. Civil War re-enactors, Rural Missouri Showcase and Wings Over Missouri will all be a part of Missouri’s Best.
Taste of America will present America’s favorite flavors, from Frontier specialties to Heartland delicacies. Silver Dollar City’s Culinary & Craft School will also be open so that visitors can learn new recipes, including those featured during the festival.